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  • Birthday 12/06/1968

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  1. Airborne Garage in the Netherland sales a Fw 190 wreck. https://www.facebook.com/airbornegarage/posts/no-you-are-not-dreaming-this-is-realfor-sale-fw190history-known-located-in-eu-co/2375271352564140/ Could be a recovery from the IJsselmeer, as I remember a Bf 109 & P-47 and sure more were recovered from this area. Who knows more about this Fw 190? R/ Ralph
  2. The superlative is: This build is the benchmark for any new P-51B or P-51C in 1/32 or 1/24
  3. Hello oyoy5, I found the work around using the HAS engine cowling https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/topic/71526-hasegawa-132-fw-190d-9-black-one/ regards
  4. I was looking for this topic, good that warbird (the creator) remind us. In my opinion this topic should be linked to "www.largescaleplanes.com/articles" under "tweak list: AFTER-MARKET Dora cowling fix". I remember there was also a work around using the HAS cowling. Who know the link for that Dora build? For me it's useless to buy after market products and you still have to fix them. As we know QB does not care and EP did a rework on the 3& 5-piece cowling but I forgot the result/fitting for version 2.0 (EP improved cowling & 3-p EPimproved cowling), I have from EP version 1.0 and not willing to invest again money to by AM cowling. Warbird, if you have HD propellers and a part is missing pls write to Henri, he takes his product were serious and will send you the missing part ASAP.
  5. my latest acquisition KG 13B (original 1/1 replica full functional). My 1st non plastic WWII toy more under: KG 13B
  6. You are right Thierry will be a Lebanese one. Thx for the advise but I decided to leave it as it is, for maintenance it is still needed (ZU-23-2 need to be removed) and thx 3d print I designed a support plate that solve the problem.
  7. Hi Thierry, Hi Nichenson, thx for the information to clear this issue, the reason is why I ask is because I'm planning to build a M113 w. ZU-23-2 and this cover lock is hinder the installation according instruction. Maru, thx for the links, very useful. R/ Ralph
  8. Hi all, how knows the function of this red marked lever, crank, support or what ever. R/ Ralph
  9. Weekend trip to a tank museum "around the corner". lucky me that I also like Tanks. more pictures Link: King Tiger museum site Swiss Tank Museum
  10. Thx for the feedback Radu, I focused only on the pilot boots. Regardless if German or Romanian pilot, I still like to have it as 1/32 figure. The Romanian figures available in your store are gorgeous. Can Mike do this too for your product line Romanian pilots? R/ Ralph
  11. Hi, I found this picture in the internet and was insteandly fascinated. When it comes to art modelling by hand, I'm lost. This goes to all AM, who is willing and interested to produce this figure if there is an interest by the community? I hope the resonance is positive, I like to have it in 1/32. Cheers Ralph
  12. Wow, can you show as pictures...can‘t wait for this release
  13. Hi and check https://www.scalemates.com/search.php?fkSECTION[]=All&q=bf+109+k+1%2F32 there You see another Prop&Spinner AM, my favourite is of course Henri Daehne but be aware that the HAS spinner is not correctl scaled. Means undersized and HD scaled according original Spinner. Another tip: https://stage.revell.de/service/download-center.html search instruction# 04702 .On page 6 section 11, you see the correction for the K version the HAS is not indicating. So that it for the moment and sure soon the experts explain more. Regards/ R
  14. Hi Andreas, as I remember you have good contact to Revell. The construction manual for this model (Product number: 04961) is missing. I'm interest if Revell corrected the instruction sheet compare to the original Dragon sheet. R/ Ralph
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